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Title: الهدي النبوي في إدارة العمل الدعوي في العهد المدني: دراسة وصفية تحليلية
Authors: بليابا شميم
Keywords: الدعوه الاسلامية
إدارة العمل الدعوي
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا- كلية الدراسات الإسلامية - قسم الدعوة والسيرة
Abstract: All praises be to Allah, peace and blessings be to His prophet; Muhammad (peace be upon him); the topic of study: “The prophetic guidance in Islamic call administration in medina” (descriptive- analytical study). The research covered different topics on how the prophet (peace be upon him) conducted Islamic call administration in medina. This research cut across different aspects as part of its systematic plan consisting of an introduction, four chapters, and a conclusion. The outline below shows what was covered in the research as follows:- The first chapter covers the basics of an academic research and an introduction to the topic. The second tackled the description of Islamic call, its ruling, and its significance to mankind. In the third chapter, the researcher talked about the prophetic methodology and its significance as well as its characteristics in building the new Islamic empire. Lastly the research covered the application of prophetic guidance in dawa administration and lessons derived from it; it consisted of building mosque as an institution which was his first mission upon reaching Medina, fraternization between the immigrants (from Mecca) and the helpers (from Medina), the medina constitution and the prophet’s delegation of his followers to go out and spread the Islamic call to different parts of the world. The researcher used descriptive- analytical method to give a comprehensive concept of an Islamic call and its relation. Also an exploration method, to extract the study from different verses, prophet’s sayings and the sayings of the righteous predecessors.
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